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To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W.A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 April 1865

To theeditor of the Perth Gazette SçW.A. Times. SIR,-I beg to ask a small space in your next issue,* in reply to Mr. Sholl's official report respecting the Camdpn Harbor Association. It is with regret I differ with Mr. Sholl as the representative of the Government, but as I consider he reflects upon the character and abilities of a number of worthy and efficient men, well fitted in every respect to explore and settle a new country, many of our number being among the earlier settlers of Victoria, and others more recently of New Zealand and Queensland, who were not afraid to face the heat of the one nor the snow-clad mountains of the other, but in some instances traversing country that the eyes of the white man beheld for the first time ; some at the present hold an interest in wealthy firms in the other colonies, while others were chosen by their relatives to proceed to Camden Harbor and report upon its adaptibility to-receive stock ; some have been farmers or tradesmen, but with few...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 April 1865

loríale or Charter. THE well-known A1 clipper jfearquetta .«grÍE^r-TsiN," ^_T. Jarman,, commander, is open to sale or charter. She is too favor- ably known to need comment. Apply to BICKLEY &,QO, For Freight or Charter. THE fine fast-sailing Al Hamburg barque "ALERT," S. Woegens, commander, is open to en gagement to any part of the world. Apply to BICKLEY & CO. For Sydney Direct. POR FREIGHT, OR PASSAGE. THE fine barque "CAMDEN," ¡^Janies Cummins, commander, _,will return from Champion Bay on Or before the 21st April, and will be prepared to take Cabin, and Steerage passengers to Sydney. Tfyis vessel will be furnished with every necessary, and being a first-rate sailer, offers an excellent opportunity to persons wishing to proceed to that Colony. For freight or passage apply to LIONEL SAMSON, Agent. Fremantle, W. A., ") 81st March, 1865. ) FOB ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fine fast-sailing brig "SEA NYMPH;* ^Captain H. Smidt, will proceed __pto the above port with all pos i ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 April 1865

FOR SINGAPORE. THE " HASTINGS," A1,541 tons, J. McQueen/ corn inlander, will sail for the above _.port on or about the 1st of May. lis ship having lofty t'ween decks offers a favourable opportunity for shippers of horses. ^ ^ ' X For freight or passage apply to G." SHENTON & Co., Perth. *- C. A. MANNING, Fremantle. April 20,1865. For Madras via Champion Bay. 'HE Clipper barque "FITZROY," A I, 573 tons, T. Vincent, commander, 'will sail for the above port or about the .1st of May. For freight or passage apply to G.- SHENTON & Co., Perth. C. A. MANNING, Fremantle. April 20,1865. ^ * Sale of Cattle. , IE. T. SUTH, HAS been instructed to sell by Auction, in the enclosure opposite the Horse & Groom Tavern, Perth, on THUES 1 DAT, 25th May A MIXED HERD of about 30 bead of Cattle, and a good Saddle Horse. Also will be offered, if not sold previously hy private contract. About 150 Sheep, in lots to suit pur- chasers. Sale to commence at Eleven. Terms at Sale. IggiT Th...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 April 1865

(er-tft eaßtffi"_# ®í. i- jpmeg-* "Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's Thy God's, and truth's.'*-Sluikspeare.' ? THE Summary prepared for the Mail which left on,Wednesday, contained a cor- respondence between Mr. Sholl at Cam- den Harbor and the Chairman of the As- sociation, and also letters to ourselves from the Rev. Mr. Tanner and Mr. Darby, two of the unfortunate shareholders. As these documents are of general interest, we republish them in our present num- ber ; from these we gather that the prin- cipal cause of the,failure of the Asso- ciation to form a settlement, was their arrival at the wrong season, when the intense heat had dried up all the moisture in the land, the grass had disappeared, and but little presented itself to notice, but a country covered with stories, so heated by the burning tropical sun, that the white man could not work, and the stock withered under its influence. No wonder that under such circumstances the settlers be...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 April 1865

S&Wiïfi lítteíügeiue. ATJEIVALS. April l8.-The Mystery, 16 tons, Hedland, master, from Shark's Bay, with 15 tons guano. 19.-Albert, 24 tons, O'Grady, master, from Irwin River, with 206 bags wheat, and 41 do. barley. Same day.-The Tien Tsin, 251 tons, Captain Jarman, from Camden Harbor and Tien Tsin Bay. Passengers-72 from Camden Harbor, with sundry stores. April 21.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-Mrs. Keenan and family, and 4 others. Cargo-2 bags almonds, 95 do. potatoes, and 1 keg wine. 24.-Flying Foam, 35 tons* Cobb, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-D. Chap- man, and 3 others. Cargo-128 bags flour, 100 do. bran, 54 do. barley, 89 do. Wheat, 1 cask fat, and sundries. Same day-Amateur, 239 tons, Captain Longmeur, from Champion Bay, with 4200 bags lead ore for Sydney, put in, in a leaky state. Passengers" (for Sydney)-Air. C. Long- meur, Mrs. Paul, Messrs. J. Hoskin, jun.. Kel low and Harvey, in cabin. Steerage-Mrs. Phillpot and family, I Har...

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BUNBURY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 28 April 1865

IB TTICÑT IB TT :R> "Z" (From our own Correspondent.) The Cricket Match between the Bunbury and Busselton clubs was played on the ground of the former on the 18th and 19th Instant, and terminated in favor of the Bunboryites by a majority of 64 runs. Thiâ game was more especially looked forward to with much pleasure, as it was to decide which of the two clubs were to be the victors ; two games had previously been played, each side having won on their own ground. The day fixed for the match (like several pre- ceding it) set in accompanied by heavy showers of rain, to the manifest disappointment of the ? Bunbury people in general and the Cricketers in particular, who had anticipated an agreeable meeting and made arrangements with the host of the Wellington Hotel to provide a dinner for the occasion. However just as we had given up all hopes of, a meeting, our opponents appeared en masse, riding boldly through the town with their bats on their shoulders, at the same time exhibiting i...

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ON MINERAL LODES. (FROM THE MINING JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

ON MINERAL LODES. th (FROM THE MINING JOUBNAL.) ' I do ,Mr. Bobert Hunt, F. B. S., in a lecture at the Boyal Geological Society of Corn- wall, said :-No class of men can give so much aid in the solution of the problem which we desire to solve-that is, the dis- covery of the law or laws which regulate the formation of metalliferous lodes-as miners ; and in the hope that some of them, when they know what points de- mand examination, and require to be ac- curately recorded, will give the -world the benefit of their position and experience, I venture to trouble the society with these notes. Two points, and as far as I am aware two only, appear to have been suffi- ciently noticed as to be regarded as settled. These constants, if I may be al- lowed that expression, are first, the main general direction of metal-bearing lodes. If we have not a law to guide us upon this point, we certainly have the dim per- ception of a law, for we find, though the fact has been disputed by some, that there...

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CAMDEN HARBOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

CAMDEN HARBOR ASSOCIATION. ON Friday evening last there was a meet- ing of the members of the Camden Har- bor Association in the long room at Mrs. Marmion's Hotel, Fremantle, to hear read the letter from His Excellency the Governor relative to granting them au- thority to take up land in the N. and N.E. districts of the colony. Several of the residents of Fremantle were present. The Chairman of the As- sociation read the following letter, which gave great satisfaction: he also stated that during an interview he had with the Governor his Excellency promised that in the event of a ship being sent to Camden Harbor by the Government, he would instruct the Resident there to give assistance to those of their party left be- hind, but who wishing to return had not the means of so doing : WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 27th April, 1865. SIR,-With reference to a letter addressed by you, as Chairman of the Camden Harbor Pastoral Association, on the 28th February last to...

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THE ADVANTAGES OF SMALL FLOCKS OF SHEEP. (Yeoman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

THE ADVANTAGES OF SMALL b FLOCKS OF SHEEP. ei (Yeoman.) ti It is curious to note how opinions are changing as to the feeding capabilities of the country, and this principally because of the fencing and subdividing so many sheep runs, as well as the necessity for keeping small flocks by farmers on limited spaces of land. Where the old .system of shepherding on the open pastures is still followed, there has been Ettie or no improvement in this respect ; but even by fencing alone the feeding capabilities of any tract of land are vastly increased. When driven to and fro in large num- bers, the sheep trample under-foot and destroy as much as they eat, and much of the food they do get is wasted in the exertion of walking much father than they otherwise would, and, when grass is scarce, in racing ahead for the little that is to be picked up ; but when allowed to follow their own inclinations, as they are within fences, there is no hurry or racing, no more travelling than is actu- ally need...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

Cflraspnîmtte. .-?-..re - To the Editor of the Perth Gazette êç W. A. Times. ' SIR,-I take the liberty of asking you to insert the following few particulars, relative to what took place after the wreck of the Calliance at Camden Harbor. As the seamen were naturally anxious to leave Camden, it was determined that a party men should proceed to Timor there hire a vessel, return to Camden and take the men away. Accordingly, on the_ 18th of February, a small boat of about 2.5 tons was prepared and set sail, having on board Captain Edward, a passenger of the Calliance, Mr. Clarke the mate, a seaman named Frank and myself. After considerable damage and many difficulties we arrived at Cupan in Timor, and succeeded in hiring a schooner, and in her we started back to Camden, towing the boat which had conveyed us to Cupan. After we had been at sea six days, Mr. Clark requested me to, take charge of the boat in tow, accordingly I did so, having one sailor with me ; the morn ing after I found I ...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

FRANCE. - > On Feh. 15 the Emperor Napoleon opened the French Chambers with a speech of a dis- tinctly pacific character, He spoke with com- placency of foreign affairs, and congratulated France on her expanding prosperity. From the contents of the speech the most favorable conclusions may be drawn ; but its omissions open a wide field of apprehension on the other 'Side. There is no allusion whatever to re- trenchment, to the laws against the freedom of the press, and the rights of public meeting, or to America. Silence upon these points is at least ambiguous, and has awakened a suspicion that " more is meant than meets the ear." The most inteiesting passages of the address are perhaps those which are devoted to Italy and to the Catholic Church. Although the state- ments that " Italy is now a great country," and that she has " definitively constituted herself a nation," are followed by the vague observation that she has reconciled herself to Catholicity by fixing her capital at F...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

"VICTORIA. j pe. BY the Warrior we.didnot receive any Melbourne papers, and inquiries failed to discover" that more. than one had been brought by her, and that one fell into private, hands, who apparently thought it of no importance that the public should-benefit by any news it might con- tain. We therefore are unable to state whether any change had taken place in the markets, or quote the price of flour, so that Our exporters might know whether it would pay to ship to Melbourne or not. We hear, the paper contained a long ac- count of the bushranger Morgan, his ex- ploits, and death. NHe had ventured into Victoria and .' committed several daring robberies, moving with great rapidity from place to place by means of stolen race horses ; the closing scene took place near Wangaratta, where he fired à hay- stack belonging to. a Mr. M'Intosh we believe ; Mr. M'Intosh was not at home, but his.brother,, and.the. family going 4>ut: to see what was the matter were bailed up by the ruffian ...

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THE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

THE PIG. peí clo vei The following is a report from-the Ipswich Advertiser of a lecture delivered by Mr. Steam : Formerly large breeders and graziers thought the pig beneath their notice; but I find it is changing, and their eyes are beginning to be opened ; still I must say I am often surprised to see what a disgraceful lot of pigs are kept by many of our large agriculturists, as well as by the smaller ones-such as I am sure, if kept to any extent, would ruin any one, for they eat an enormous quantity of food, and will neither grow nor fatten upon it. But if farmers generally would pay proper attention to the breeding, rearing, and feeding of them, I believe there could be double the meat raised at little more than the present cost ; espe- cially by using proper piggeries and feed- ing troughs. I have studied the manage- ment of pigs for the last twenty years, and have found that the better the at- tention the greater the profit ; and if a person wants to make a pig pay, the pig mu...

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THE NOBLEST AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

THE NOBLEST AMBITION. It has been well remarked by an Ameri- can poet, that " no gift however beauti- ful-no success, however brilliant-should be placed above the skill and talents which can relieve a single pang, and the self-devotion which lays them at the feet of the huinblestfellow-creature." Judged by this rule, Professor Holloway, of whom the world has heard so much during the last twenty years, occupies a high posi- tion. His life seems to have been devo- ted to the alleviation of suffering, and his desire to benefit his fellow-creatures ap- pears to have been seconded by an amount of natural talent and acquired skill sel- dom combined in one individual. The practical result of this combination has been the production oftworemedies known throughout the world as Holloway's Pills and Holloway's Ointment, which, if any value can be attached to human testimony, have left all other devices of science far behind in tfie great work of relieving pain, strengthening the constitution, ...

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Latest Intelligence. MONDAY, February 27, 1865. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

Latest Intelligence. MONDAY, February 27, 1865. AMERICA. ?^»{«?OJ» w. _-;^> C *r-^^la$#f& nfw^ftam^ew York as to Eeh. II. " *"r} It is of unusual importance, "indeed from <>ne I"-1' -. '¿^jntñf view. ^~It is «ow-clear that there is to »Cl&r 9p^Htfjpe^'until.,the: issue has been fully fought Ife* « f-fl^fe&fcwli» tósmsaítil one;8Íde.or t the other W% J^Wm^^"^- iincoln «id/Mr. Davis have «aofeeofiímúnicated their' vWsiÔn* ¿f what passed at the\Ín&rmal conference <m the subject ; and» the araii wwprobably now bo pro- secuted mojre pertinaciously than ever. In the1 meanwhile the army ofthe Potomac, as mentioned elsewhere, has made a slight advance ; Sher- man is reported to*have captured Bränsuville ;i Mobile is rumoured to have surrendered'*; and -Wilmington is admitted to be in imminent dan >ger of falling. The Confederate senate had al rmost^nnanimously rejected the bill to arm 200,000 slaves. General Lee, who had been ap...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

AMERICA. The most important feature of the military intelligence from America is the renewal of the Wilmington expedition, which arrived off Port 'Fisher on the 13th January ; in the fore- noon of that day the fleet opened a heavy fire which lasted about 54 hours. The assault was made on the afternoon of the 15th by Ames's division, with a brigade on the 4th Army Corps, aided by a battalion of marines, ali under the command of General Terry. The fighting was desperate, the Confederate garrison of 2500 men using the advantages of its position to inflict heavy loss on the enemy. Bat after seven tours' fighting the Federals pre- vailed ; the garrison, falling back to the ex- treme point of the peninsula, was- followed and captured Many of the guns of the fort were injured by the terrible fire of the fleet. The accounts respecting guns captured vary from 40 to 72. It is doubtful whether Battery Lamb, which dominates Fort Fisher, had been cap- tured or not. Admiral Porter says the marine...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

In the Local Court, Perth. BARRY vernu CHURCH. MR. T. SIITI HAS received instructions from the Bailiff of the above Court, to Sell by Auction oo TUESDAY NEXT, the 9th instant, on the Defendant's premises, at 11 o'clock precisely : ONE black and white cow and heifer 'calf, and 1 red and white cow and catf Terms at Time of Sale, May 4,1865. F BOM this date, until further notice, the steamers LADY STIR- LING and FRD3NDS will.leave Perth and Fre- mantle in the afternoon at ¿ past 3 o'clock. N.B.-On Saturdays the FRIENDS will leave Perth at £ past 2 o'clock; morning, time same as usual, (£ past eight.) G. RANDELL & Co. Perth, May 2,1865. Tenders fin* Mahogany Blocks. PERTH CITY COUNCIL. TENDERS will he received by the Perth City Council, in the Hall of the Mechanics' Institute, on FRIDAY EVENING, May 19th, at 8 o'clock, for MAHOGANY BLOCKS, 9 inches thick, and similar to those laid down on the Guildford Road. Tenders to state at per yard. The Blocks to be delivered in Bennett Str...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

For Sale or Charter. TBÏi well-knowa A1 dipper barquetta ? "TiEisr-TSiasr," _¿J; T. Jarman, commander, is opéiTtcrsale or charter.. - She is too favor-, ¿ply-known to need comment. Apply to . BICKLEY & CO. For Freight or Charter. H E fine fast-sailing A1 Hamburg barque _"ALEBT," SLWogens, commander, is open to en- gagement to any part of the world. - <?-'. < ' Apply to BICKLEY & CO. For Sydney Direct. FOB FREIGHT, OR PASSAGE. T ^HE fine barque "CAMDEN," ¡.James Cummins, commander, _iwill return from Champion Bay on or before the 21st ApriJ, and will be prepared to take Cabin," and Steerage passengers to Sydney. ' >: This .-vessel willbe furnished with every necessary, *and being a firstrïate sailer, offers an excellent opportunity to persons fishing to proceed to that Colony. : For freight or passage apply to > LIONEL SAMSON, ?'-' v"..'-"' u ;:''".'?.'?' ? .Agent. - Fremantle, W. Ai, V 31^;Mä*ch,I865. } : FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT. THE fine fast...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! HOLLOWAYS ¿^ J PILLS AN» OINTMENT. Copy of d letter received from~ Messrs. GORDON , AND &OTCH. Dated, Melbourne, July 26,1864.. - .".DEAR SIB,-We have found out that -there has been, a considerable trade doing in COUNTERFEITING YOUE PILLS. That a man (whose name we know) made for a certain person a.machine, rolling out one hundred and fifty Pills at once. That labels were printed, and dispatched up the country in great numbers, b% one Boulton (we are informed). He failed about three weeks ago, and the machine was offered to a friend of ours for sale, ¡which we suspect is at work somewhere. What can we do for you in this matter ? Something should be done at once. If we were sure you would approve of it, we would set the Detectives at work, and soon ferret the nest out. " We are, &c, (Signed) " GOBDON & GOTCH.' IN many places abroad the Govern- ment stamp to these medicines has lately been forged, and affixed to an immense quantity of sp...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 5 May 1865

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. May I,-Sea Nymph, 173 tons, Captain Hans Smidt,. from Vasse, with 500 telegraph posts for South Australia. Same day.-Speculator, 14 tons, Petitt, master, from Bunbury. Passengers-A. Prentice, and 6 others. Cargo-10 bundles leather, 3 bales wool, 8 bags barley, 15 do. wheat, 107 do. po- tatoes, and sundries. Same day*-Le* Trola Ami; 44 tons, Green, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger Mr. Tetlow. Cargo-293 bags wheat, 60 do. flour, 31 do. barley. 2.-Warrior, 919 tons. Captain Harrison, from Melbourne, for North-west Coast of Australia, with 2100 sheep, 20 cows, 44 horses, 80 tons fodder, and a quantity of stores ; and 76 pkgs. Commissariat Stores, 2 bates com sacks, 1 box, and 3 boxes specie (JSlOfiOO), for Fremantle. Passengers for Fremantle-Mrs. Oliver. Messrs. S. Fitzpatrick, J. B.Bostron, W. Maycock, J. Jackey, and Mrs. Jackey. For N. W. Coast Mr. and Mrs. Broadhurst and family (2), Brid- get Hockley, Mr. and Mrs. Wedge and family (5), Miss Anderso...

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